Acting swiftly in an extraordinary time, the House rushed President Donald Trump a $2.2 trillion rescue package Friday, tossing a life preserver to a U.S. economy and health care system left flailing by the coronavirus pandemic.
Twitter and Facebook are refusing to delete the altered video.
House Judiciary Committee member Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., said Wednesday he will be filing ethics charges against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., over what he called her "temper tantrum" following President Trump's State of the Union address the previous evening.
Pelosi (D-San Francisco) said public demand for witness testimony, such as from former National Security Adviser John Bolton, will hopefully force Republican senators to call witnesses.
Leigh Martinez reports from San Francisco.
“This is the worst transgression," said Pelosi. "What this president did is worse than anything that any president has done. We have to make sure that no president no matter who he or she may be can think they can get away with this.”
With so much riding on the census, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi came to San Francisco City Hall Friday to help launch a new campaign to get residents to participate in the 2020 Census. It's called "San Francisco Counts."
Rob Roth reports.
In a dramatic procession across the U.S. Capitol, Democratic House leaders marched the formal articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate late Wednesday, setting the stage for only the third trial to remove a president in American history.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the impeachment managers for the trial against President Donald Trump in the Senate in a press conference on Wednesday morning.
“In an impeachment trial, every Senator takes an oath to do ‘impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws,'' Pelosi wrote. ”Every Senator now faces a choice: to be loyal to the President or the Constitution.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday she knows ’’exactly when” she’ll be transmitting the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, brushing back Democratic comments that the time has come to start the Senate trial.
After a historic vote by U.S. House of Representative members to impeach President Trump, making him the third president in history to be charged with committing high crimes and misdemeanors, there's confusion around what happens next.
Thomas D'Alesandro III, onetime mayor of Baltimore and brother of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has died at 90.
Trump has defended his conduct as "perfect" and said he will refuse to comply with the inquiry.
Several polls published since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the start of an impeachment inquiry on Sept. 24 show a shift in views from earlier this year.
In a fiery impromptu news conference in the Oval Office, President Trump railed against San Francisco Congresswoman and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for leading the impeachment inquiry, adding that she should worry more about her own district. Pelosi said the president is scared and is trying to divert attention.
President Donald Trump's repeated trashing of a Democratic impeachment inquiry has helped prompt a $13 million flood of campaign cash to bolster his reelection effort.
Mr. President, she told him, “Undo it.”
Here’s what impeachment proceedings entail and what to expect as the House moves forward with its impeachment inquiry against Trump.